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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Tropical Storm Fay was the sixth named storm of the 2002 Atlantic hurricane season; it was a moderate tropical storm which caused flooding in parts of Texas and Mexico. In early September, a trough of low pressure moved south into the Gulf of Mexico, and became stationary. A low pressure center developed along this trough, and on September 5, a Hurricane Hunter airplane reported that the system had gained sufficient organization to be a tropical depression, 95 miles (153km) southeast of Galveston. The depression drifted south-southwest while strengthening, reaching its peak strength of 60 miles per hour (97km/h) on the morning of September 6. The system then made an abrupt turn to the west-northwest, and remained steady in strength and course until landfall the next day, near Matagorda. The system weakened at a fast rate after landfall, but its circulation would not totally dissipate for three more days.
  • ISBN13: 9785510681543
  • Publisher: Book on Demand Ltd.
  • Pubilcation Year: 2013
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00108
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LanguageEnglish
FormatPaperback
Publication Date20130112
Publisher ImprintBook on Demand Ltd.

Tropical Storm Fay (2002)

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